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In defence of Venezuela

In September last year, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro kindly invited the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms Michelle Bachelet, to come and visit the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. This visit concluded a few days ago and opened a channel of communication between the Venezuelan State and the Office of the High Commissioner. While in Venezuela, she met President Maduro and ...

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In defence of Venezuela

In September last year, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro kindly invited the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms Michelle Bachelet, to come and visit the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. This visit concluded a few days ago and opened a channel of communication between the Venezuelan State and the Office of the High Commissioner. While in Venezuela, she met President Maduro and ...

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In defence of Venezuela

In September last year, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro kindly invited the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms Michelle Bachelet, to come and visit the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. This visit concluded a few days ago and opened a channel of communication between the Venezuelan State and the Office of the High Commissioner. While in Venezuela, she met President Maduro and ...

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The new burden of diplomacy: the enemy within

The mess resulting from reports that the British Ambassador to the United States Sir Kim Darroch made about President Donald Trump and his administration underscore the dangers of leaking confidential government documents. If nothing else comes of this affair, the identification and prosecution of the person or persons responsible for leaking Sir Kim’s confidential and classified cables should be vigorously ...

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The new burden of diplomacy: the enemy within

The mess resulting from reports that the British Ambassador to the United States Sir Kim Darroch made about President Donald Trump and his administration underscore the dangers of leaking confidential government documents. If nothing else comes of this affair, the identification and prosecution of the person or persons responsible for leaking Sir Kim’s confidential and classified cables should be vigorously ...

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The new burden of diplomacy: the enemy within

The mess resulting from reports that the British Ambassador to the United States Sir Kim Darroch made about President Donald Trump and his administration underscore the dangers of leaking confidential government documents. If nothing else comes of this affair, the identification and prosecution of the person or persons responsible for leaking Sir Kim’s confidential and classified cables should be vigorously ...

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The new burden of diplomacy: the enemy within

The mess resulting from reports that the British Ambassador to the United States Sir Kim Darroch made about President Donald Trump and his administration underscore the dangers of leaking confidential government documents. If nothing else comes of this affair, the identification and prosecution of the person or persons responsible for leaking Sir Kim’s confidential and classified cables should be vigorously ...

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Treat the whole person – Barbados Today

Treat the whole person  Barbados TodayOne religious officer has been making a case for patients to be placed at the centre of treatment of illnesses such as cancer, rather than focusing only on their ...

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Treat the whole person

One religious officer has been making a case for patients to be placed at the centre of treatment of illnesses such as cancer, rather than focusing only on their medical condition. Chaplain Paul Leacock, who has been working with Cancer Support Services (CSS) for the past four years, says it is critical that the patient’s emotional and psychological wellbeing are ...

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Treat the whole person

One religious officer has been making a case for patients to be placed at the centre of treatment of illnesses such as cancer, rather than focusing only on their medical condition. Chaplain Paul Leacock, who has been working with Cancer Support Services (CSS) for the past four years, says it is critical that the patient’s emotional and psychological wellbeing are ...

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